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We’re so excited to share this news with everyone! For the first time, MADD SC has a Statewide Sponsor, our highest support level. Please welcome Foothills Community Foundation to the MADD family! The Foothills Community Foundation stewards philanthropy from individuals...
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Have you heard the news about Walk Like MADD Columbia presented by Yarborough Applegate and Uber on August 22nd? While the impact of COVID-19 has caused us to change the look of the 2020 Walk, we still have developed some...
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On July 27th, Megan Diffee was awarded the 2020 Distinguished Survivor Award from SCVAN(South Carolina Victim Assistance Network). This award is given to a crime victim/ survivor or a family member of a victim that has persevered through adversity and...
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So many of our MADD supporters know that DUI prosecution is one of the huge challenges in our state’s fight against impaired driving. In this latest MADD SC Partner Profile, we meet our state’s Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP), a...
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MADD SC is so proud to announce that HotSpot Convenience Stores will once again be our Presenting Sponsor for Walk Like MADD Upstate on Sept. 26th! This will be the fourth year of Presenting Sponsorship from HotSpot for this event,...
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In this latest MADD SC Partner Profile, we talk with our friends Brent Kelly and Greg Griggs with the Office of Highway Safety and Justice Programs about the SC Law Enforcement Networks. The LENs are the main place MADD SC...
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In this latest MADD SC Partner Profile, we get to talk with Colonel Chris Williamson, the Commander of the SC Highway Patrol. Colonel shares his personal experiences with impaired driving that led him into law enforcement and make him so...
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We share the first of our MADD SC Partner Profiles, recorded Zoom interviews where we highlight aspects of what we do or who we work with that we don’t talk about as often. It is a treat that our first...
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We are excited to say that Walk Like MADD Lowcountry Presented by Yarborough Applegate on November 9th at Hampton Park in Charleston was a huge success.  Not only did we exceed our goal but we had great participation.  The low...
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A member of the Lexington Police Department has consistently gone above and beyond when it comes to supporting victims and MADD SC. School Resource Officer Steffonie Cockerill has served on our Columbia Walk Like MADD committee for the past 3...
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